Author Archives: Nicole Bella

Illiteracy in developed countries: ending the taboo

By Nicole Bella, responsible for statistics in the Education for all Global Monitoring Report team.  The fourth Education for All goal is to improve adult literacy by 50% between 2000 and 2015. Following the International Literacy Day celebrated last September … Continue reading

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Illettrisme dans les pays développés : en finir avec un tabou

Par Nicole Bella, responsable des statistiques d’éducation dans l’équipe du Rapport mondial de suivi sur l’éducation pour tous Le quatrième objectif pour l’éducation pour tous est d’améliorer de 50% les niveaux d’alphabétisme des adultes entre 2000 et 2015. Dans la foulée … Continue reading

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L’éducation en Afrique 50 ans après les indépendances

In our second post for francophone readers, Nicole Bella, policy analyst on the Education for All Global Monitoring Report team, looks at the progress of education in Africa since 17 countries gained their independence in 1960, and the challenges that … Continue reading

Posted in Basic education, Developing countries, Early childhood care and education, Finance, Marginalization, Millennium Development Goals | 6 Comments